HP has unveiled a suite of consumer PCs, tablets, and new services and solutions designed to help customers better manage their personal information.
HP Control Zone track pad, available for the first time in the new HP Spectre13 Ultrabook, enables an enhanced Windows 8 experience by adding an extended area to the left and right of the touchpad. Using HP Control Zone, customers can easily access the Windows 8 modern UI features such as Charms, flip and snap, along with a set of custom gestures right from the palm rest.
HP’s latest detachable devices transform from a PC to a table - and back, with durable, magnetically assisted hinges, dual batteries in the base and tablet, powerful processors and colorful exterior choices. Available in Truffle Brown, the HP Spectre13 offers a 13.3-inch QHD touchscreen display, and Intel Haswell i7 performance, while boasting up to nine hours of battery life.
For customers that want to switch easily from a notebook PC to a tablet without sacrificing personal style, the HP Pavilion11 x2 is available in Sparkling Black. The HP Pavilion11 x2 features dual 1,080p HD webcams that allow users to create and enjoy video on the 11.6-inch diagonal display.
The 7-inch HP Slate7 Extreme combines the power, speed and graphics capabilities of the NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. NVIDIA PureAudio technology provides true surround sound through front-facing speakers and a dedicated bass-reflex port speaker. The HP Slate7 Extreme also delivers intuitive navigation and pinpoint accuracy, and features an integrated stylus pen for composing and creating notes and illustrations while on the go.
HP Connected Photo, powered by Snapfish by HP, offers seamless access to photos from a PC or mobile device or social media sites like Facebook in one location, enabling customers to make the most of the holidays by printing photos, creating cards and invitations—directly from the application.
|Pricing in S$||Availability|
|HP Spectre13 Ultrabook||1,799||November 2013|
|HP Pavilion11 x2||899|
|HP Slate7 Extreme||249|